April 1937

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PERFECT GRIP on all surfaces! Examine the Dunlop Sports Tyre. A glance takes in its herculean build, its broad-shouldered strength, its massive walls, its deep-cut tread. But look closer. See the...
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MATTERS OF MOMENT It has now been definitely stated that the T.T. will not be held in Ireland. The R.A.C. is examining courses in the I.O.M., and if these prove impractical our most important fixture...
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THE NEW 2-LITRE FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W. At Isleworth this month we were introduced to the very latest Frazer-NashB.M.W., which is best described as the "big 2-litre" model. Its six-cylinder, push-rod o.h....
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THE WORLD'S FASTEST TOURING CAR 5.4 LITRE SUPERCHARGED MERCEDES-BENZ ATTAINS 108 M.P.H. A " JEKYLL AND HYDE" CAR. Wherever cars are used throughout the world, no symbol is better known or more...
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THE B.A.R.C. EASTER MEETING THE 23-LITRE NAP1ER-RAILTON RETURNS TO BROOKLANDS TO WIN BROADCAST TROPHY AND SET UP NEW RACE RECORD—BIMOTORE ALFA TAKES NEW MOUNTAIN LAP RECORD—SOME CLOSE STRUGGLES FOR...
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VETERAN TYPES It is nearly a year now since I was able to write in MoTOR SPORT that a new step had been taken towards the preservation of those relics of a glorious past, which have supplied the...
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DIRT-TRACK RACING Sir, The article on Dirt Track Racing in America is accurate and comprehensive, but appears to our perhaps provincial viewpoint to be written in English. The author's name and...
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THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY AN S.S. SUCCESS—FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W., FORD, MORGAN, RILEY, SINGER AND TRIUMPH "IN THE RUNNING " SEVERE CONDITIONS. There are some people who can see nothing in the least...
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e4 11044 1NVICTA C.C. At the opening meeting at which the club was formed some remarkable Invictas gathered at the " Wee Waif" café Five 100 m.p.h. 41-litre open tourers, finished in ivory, blue,...
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131LACIFIDOWN SCIVAMIALE Unattempted Event Abandoned with Four Sections out of Six The slime was so plentiful in Sir Elliot Philipson-Stow's estate that the competitors in the J.C.C. Scramble on...
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LIGHT BLUES WIN AGAIN P. F. JUCKER (CAMBRIDCE) BREAKS THE COURSE RECORD AT SYSTON PARK WITH HIS ALTA Once again Cambridge proved invincible in the Inter-Varsity Speed Trials, held on March 20th, at...
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T11-1 E IDA IVTI NG OF 1-11-1E IVA,A In that period, which, for some reason that never seems to merit explanation, people call the "good old days" trials competitors would be comfortably defeated by...
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A COMPETITOR'S LOG IN THE R.A.C. RALLY It's a long run from Leamington Spa to Hastings when one has to go via Wales, the Cumberland Lake District, the Yorkshire Coast, Oxford and Henley-onThames,...
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For the Outer Circuit Sometimes you may visit Brooklands and learn nothing of interest, whereas another visit will reveal something very unexpected. Running out of fuel on the Railway Straight last...
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ODD SPOTS R. A. Waddy is carefully going over Fuzzi 9, replacing the wire and nails with light alloy parts. Dunlop racing wheels are now fitted, with H.R.G. brake assemblies, the Ferodo linings for...
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AN ENTIRELY NEW SERIES OF SHELSLEY VVALSH HILL CLIMBS On June 5th next the Midland Automobile Club will commence an entirely new series of International Hill Climbs at Shelsley Walsh. Very...
AN IDEAL MASCOT An interesting novelty recently placed upon the market which should appeal to the motorist is the horseshoe-shaped car mascot produced by " Vica " Products of 100a, Upper Richmond...
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AN OLD ESTABLISHED TRIAL L. G. JOHNSON'S RAZER-NASH-B.M.W. WINS TH:. TVVE \ITY-EI:SHTH COVENTRY CUP. In the North West London IVI.C.'s Coventry Cup Trial, the principal award, the Coventry Cup, was...
Blondes and Brunettes " " Her imagination puts her in sympathy with the engine under her control. Her courage carries her over difficulties —her patience enables her to give wholehearted attention to...
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USED CARS FOR SALE BENTLEY 3-LITRE spares cheap. Special 3-1 diff. ill. Well base wheels £1. 1925 four-seater, very special body, Cycle wings, painted to choice £50. 1925 short chassis two-seater,...
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